A Buyer’s Market At Gun Bazaar In Kurdish Town – Yahoo News

Kurdish men madly snapped up any weapons on offer, fearing the Islamic State fighters would roll into Irbil. “They didn’t even ask for the price, They just said, ‘Please give me a gun,'” recalled dealer Alan Aly, 36, his eyes widening. “This never happened before,” added Aly, who like the other merchants sported an expensive Japanese gold watch. Following the airstrikes, U.S. officials said they would begin weapons supplies to Kurdish forces, known as peshmerga. The move was broadly welcomed by the poorly armed Kurds, who have been distinctly pro-American since the 1990s, when earlier administrations protected them from Saddam Hussein’s forces. On a recent day, the market was quiet.
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Kenya Closes Borders To Stop Spread Of Ebola Virus

“They didn’t even ask for the price, They just said, ‘Please give me a gun,'” recalled dealer Alan Aly, 36, his eyes widening. “This never happened before,” added Aly, who like the other merchants sported an expensive Japanese gold watch. Following the airstrikes, U.S. officials said they would begin weapons supplies to Kurdish forces, known as peshmerga. The move was broadly welcomed by the poorly armed Kurds, who have been distinctly pro-American since the 1990s, when earlier administrations protected them from Saddam Hussein’s forces. On a recent day, the market was quiet. Only a few customers milled about, quickly exchanging new dollar bills for guns. One man came with his pig-tailed little girls in tow, who looked around excitedly.
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A buyer’s market at gun bazaar in Kurdish town – NBC40.net

The missionaries that faced quarantine were from North Carolinas SIM USA organization. According to the Associated Press, Nigeria became the fourth Ebola-affected country late last month after a Liberian-American man sick with the disease flew to Lagos on an ASKY flight and infected several people before he died. More deadly than the AIDS Virus, the Ebola Virus is the deadliest virus to date. In the 1990s, media outlets reported that the Ebola Virus could be spread by being exposed to a sneeze or a cough. Today, the public has been assured that the disease is passed through bodily fluids and blood, according to a previous article by the Inquisitr . According to Hot Zone book writer Richard Preston, Ebola kills people swiftly and efficiently. Once the virus enters the blood stream it is almost sure to kill the person 9 out of 10 times. The virus usually presents with flu-like symptoms and then begins to attack major organs before causing fatal internal hemorrhaging. Sure panic set in the early 1990s and early 2000s, when tales of the spreading virus became public.
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